Editor, How sad it was to read in the Courier Feb. 7 the two stories: "$4.5 million judgment" regarding the Hinesville woman's suffering and the young "soldier killed" from the 3rd ID in Iraq.
Editor, Needless to say, I am very upset about the major general's decision to stop eligible soldiers from leaving the Army when their enlistment expires. Most of these soldiers are already on the stop-loss program and have been deployed to Iraq for the second and/or third time.
Editor, Our mother, Elizabeth McCullough, became ill in June and passed away suddenly in July from complications of Rheumatoid Arthritis called Pulmonary Fibrosis, a very cruel disease that restricts lung capacity by filling them with scar tissue. Although she knew she was terminally ill, she laughed and joked and tried to keep us in good spirits. She even apologized to us for getting sick.
Editor, There was a very interesting article in the Sunday, Jan. 28 Courier "Pride & Progress" section concerning tourism.
Editor, After completing 23 years of active military service in the United States Army, I retired in 1988 and became a member of the inactive reserves.
Editor, To the hunter(s) recently in the vicinity of the hunt club near Barrington Ferry Road, , I would like to update you concerning the four dogs (at least four) that you deserted in this area.
Editor, On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I would like to commend Judge Ronnie Rahn for his 24 years of service, including 12 in the Superior Court of the Atlantic Judicial Circuit and 12 in the State Court of Tattnall County, on the occasion of his recent retirement.
Editor, here did you find that Nancy Bezanson? She is certainly an angry person who wastes no time spewing her thoughtless remarks.
Editor, his letter is in response to an article appearing in the Jan. 26 issue of the Coastal Courier, entitled "Long County Homes to be Re-evaluated" by Mike Riddle.
Editor, Though I presently consider myself to be in a "no gloating" mode, I nevertheless feel compelled to articulate what many in the Democratic party intend to do with their newly won mid-term elections that crushed the so-called Republican revolution.
Editor, The Kemp-DeLoach-Williams Act (KDW), was landmark legislation that sought to bring fairness to the property tax reassessment system in Liberty County, and it is being used effectively by many property owners here. While I will be introducing legislation to strengthen KDW during the current legislative session, I am proud it is being used as an example for proposed statewide reassessment protections. House Resolution 3, which I have co-sponsored, is a proposed constitutional amendment that ...
Editor, Thanks so very much for the great article you published on Sunday, Jan. 14 concerning the frocking of our son-in-law, Al Aycock (General has ties to Liberty, Jan. 14 Coastal Courier). We are very pleased with the story and the picture. There is one bit of information that needs to be corrected and this is very important to us. NOT ANY of the monies raised during the entire six years of the Yellow Bluff ...